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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 31, 1895.
5 Eu3iir Bulletin
IkxiiimI i'ry Aftm-iimm JJxwpl Suin1n,
rrmii (llttt KIiik Strriil.
J. T. STACKER, EDITOR.
FRIDAY, MAY 81, 1895.
While c think of it, Is Mr.
Thurnton drawing a .alary as Min
ister to Washington or attorney in
tho " 1'rinco Cupid" case, or both?
Mr. Thurston's address Thursday
night was simply a. rehash of what
the people have been told many
times over during the past two
years, but which is still lacking in
essential points. The public would
like to have heard what Mr. Thurs
ton has done- for annexation during
the spare time lie has had to give
his official duties at Washington.
The public would also like to bo in
formed, authoritatively, whether
tho United States has signified a
willingness to annex the islands
and givo us the same advantages
of labor that we enjoy to-day.
Tho prosperity of tho islands de
ponds upon our ability to maintain
the only industry that exists here.
Comparison with the conditions in
tho South after the abolition of
slavery is farcical for tho reason
that sugar was not tho only pro
ducts there. There was cotton and
rice and other resources since de
veloped. In Alabama, for instance,
there is ono of tho most extensive
iron mills in tho United States.
Let Mr. Thurston, when he is mak
ing comparisons, tell his hearers of
tho condition of tho peoplo of the
Carolinas and of Georgia for fifteen
or twenty years after the war.
How rapidly did tho city of Charles
ton advance, and what of Savannah,
and Wilmington, of Columbia and
Atlanta? Their present healthful
condition is not duo .to tho
production of rico or of either
of tho othor staples in which
slavo labor was engaged; tho State B
of tho far south had resources that
had nevor been developed for vari
ous reasons, the principal one of
which was the fact that tho others
served tho purposes of the owners
and they wero willing to let well
enough alone. It was only when
reverses wero met and years of suf
fering followed, that their eyes were
opened and northern capital and
northern energy and brains were
induced to como there, and by
their thrift and enterprise put tho
south on an almost equal financial
footing with the north. Wo believe
it is best for everyone that tho de
velopment of other resources hero
should begin now and put us in a
position to meet tho set-back which
annexation would unquestionably
thrust upon us, rather than suffer
tho pangs and inconveniences of
bankruptcy for a dozen years be
cause our leading industry had
been killed by tho laws of tho gov
ernment to which wo had allied
While in Stockton, Cal., some time
ago, Tbos. F. Lancan, of Los Banos,
that slate, was takou vory sevorely
with erainpR nud and diarrhoea. He
chaiired to meet Mr. C. M. Carter,
who was similarly afflicted. He says:
"I told him of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cbolora aud Diarrhoea Homedy,aud
wo went to the Holdeu Drug Storo
and procured a bottle of it. It gave
Mr. CnrtiT prompt relief and I can
vouch for its having cured me." For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. If you want to buy a really good
clock oi' watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kuboy,
at No. '1, Masonic Temple; tlioro
you will find tho largest variety in
Honolulu at tho lowest prices;
clocks and watches sold on weekly
and monthly payments. Brown &
Kuboy make a specialty of rubber
By LiwIm J. Ia'Voj-.
I mil iimtruclcd by M. S. LEVY to sell nt
his Fort-Btreot Storo, on
SATURDAY EVENING, Jie 1,
At 7 O'clock,
A Largo Assortment or
t v i
JLJl V" V3TOOCLS '
Luce, Embroidory, Hosiery,
Underwear, Child' Dresses,
I xuuuiU) yuuiMj
Etc., Etc., Etc.
KST This is nn excellent ciDnorlunity
i to securo linrgnins, ns room must bo
I nindo for Now Good to arrive.
JLEWIS J. LEVEY,
A chanco to got n
PAIR OF SHOES
Ten Minutes' Work!
Tho qucHtion among tho busiuess men
of Honolulu is:
To solvo tho problem ns woll ns to
nscortnin whothor advertisement? at
tract tho attention ot newspaper renders,
wo oflbr a pair of our best 85.00 shoes
($0.50 nnywhoro elso) to tho person who
sends us, under tho head of " Wanted,"
tho cleverest advertisement of our shoes.
It must bo original, concise, nud to tho
point. It must not bo longer tbnu any
ordinary want nd. found in tho doily
Advertisement to bo written on ono
side of white- potior nnd signed by tho
competitor's full name nnd address.
Stnto tho namo of tho papor in which
you saw this notice nnd enclose your ef
fort in nn cnvolopo marked:
: Mclncrms Shoe Store, '.
'. Honolulu. :
! Ad. Covipctition.
Tho attention of out-of-town sub-'
soriborri is particularly called to this
competition Wo want your nd.
Honolulu competitors may drop their
envelopes in tho box just insido tho storo
Competition Closes at Noon,
June 15, 1895.
Competent judges will decide who is
entitled to tho prize.
Mclnerny's'. . .
J. J. SUI J.ITAK,
FasMon StaWes Co., L'fl.
Honolulu, H. I.
Sullivan k Buckley, Mnn'g'rs.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Compotcnt and Care
C5F"Tourist8 and othors desirous of viow
ing tho most dosirablo p tints of inter
est in and about tho City will do
well to securo ono of our
GENTLE SADDLE HOUSES,
For Ladies or Gentlemen, always on
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort aud Hotel Streets.
Haw'n Hotel Stablos, 32.
Pantheon Stables, 31,
i-tf Fnshiou Stables, 118.
T?URNITUltE CONTAINED IN A
1 Cottogo at Fnlama. Cottngo may
bo ronted. Also, a J3ay Saddle Maro.
Inquire at UuliiEtin Office, 009 King
May 2!), 1H95.
If tho business in any ono
lino was controlled by one in
dividual, what would be the
result? If thcro was a doniand
for his waies ho would be
richer than Croesus at tho end
i of a year and you would have
to pay tnrougii the nose tor
what you bought of hitn. In
tno unitcu states competition
has brought the price of neces-
silius uowu lu u uiyu WUUIU
icople may have them and not
jo looked upon as extravagant.
Tf you will look around among
our stock you will find that it
is made up largely of articles
for which you have every day
use. AVo havo luxuries as well,
but, to-day we tell you of
things needful about the house.
Agate ware for instance!
Thoro's been a scarcity in Coffee Biggins
In town, but wo havo a stock of them
That will interest everyone.
Wo got our goods in agate
ware from La Lauce and Gros
jean, the makers, and thoy have
tho reputation of making the
best goods in their particular
lines in tho United States. "Wo
can get "seconds" from thorn,
but the first quality is tho best
because tho enamel will not
Water coolers, handsomely painted out
side And enamel lined inside,
Small ones for a family or large
Ones for a foundry.
Japanned ware includes cake
tins, trays, crumb pans, cuspi
dors and lots of other things.
The prettiest and probably the
most useful article in tho lot is
a toilet stand, vory neat as to
decorations and complete as to
detail in the matter of articles
that go with them.
The ono that will strike your fancy
Has n water tank that will
Hold Biifllcient wntor for tho day.
The price of these articlos is
not in proportion to the value
of the goods. You get more
for your money than you are
used to, but then competition
has fixed that in the United
States wo buy cheap and fol
low tho same rule injsolling,
you understand the Golden
Retinued Glue Pots nnd Slop Bowls
Are n now thing with us:
Bright and protty, like a silver dollnr.
And you can got thorn at a
nrico that will amaze you.
You should have ono of these
because thoy are useful and
This is a fish-eating com
munity because the hsh are
fresh and of an exquisite flavor.
All peoplo do uot know how
to cook them so as to got the
With ono of our agate Stoamors you
Can steam or boil your fish
And not loso tho flavor.
These fish kettles vary in
size from tho mullet to the
ulua, and the price goes ac
cording to tho size.
Farmers' Boilers are not
used in every household, but
thoro is scarcely a plantation
on tho islands but what re
quires ono; thoy are not to bo
found in ovory storo in tho
city, but we havo a fow of
thorn to accommodate tho peo
ple who want them.
Among other u.-eful articles
lot us call your attention to
agate and tin basting spoons,
tea and cofleo caddies, egg
poachers, chopping bowls, dish
pans, dairy pans and wooden
What is better with your chop
In tho morning thnn a fow
Snratogo Chips? You enn get them
By using ono of these slicers.
Our stock is complete in de
tail nothing old or shop-worn.
THE PACIFIC HARDI ABE Co.
: ffi PROVED
to me that good goods nnfl low
prices live still appreciated in Ho
nolulu. T therefore intend to givo
my customers and the public in
iw-neral smother opportunity. I
beg to call attention to the special
bnrguinN in our line of
Vool Goods, Cashmere, Flannelettes & Flannels.
iu will commence MONDAY, April 22d.
Just n mlnuto. Wo want you to know abont tho fnmouf
BOYC32 TAlOILiIEJT TLmTUSTXJVL GIUffT.
The many favorable testi
monials recoived from Horse
men both in the United State?,
and in Europe concerning
13oyco Tablots, encourage us,
in preparing for the coming
season, to make every effort to
bring Boyco Tablots to the no
tice of evoryono who is inter
ested in horses. A few of these
testimonials will suffice to
show tho reputation Boyco
Tablots havo obtained for
themselves throughout the
To Horsemen who have not
yot used Bojco Tablots, wo
would say that these tablots
represent the solid ingredients
of a most valuable Liquid Lini
ment prepared by combining
the medicinal agents, recog
nized by tho Veterinary Medi
cal Profession to be the most
effective in reducing fever,
strengthen in stimulating and
imparting elasticity to the mus
cles and tendons; in purifying
healing, and softening the skin;
and in keeping the hair bright
It will readily be seen that
this liniment in dry form has
the following advantages over
any other liniments.
1. Its great economy.
2. It requires much less
space to carry it.
3. It is much lighter in
4. It is free from danger of
leaking, breaking, freezing or
5. Its ready solubility in
either warm or cold water en
ables the Horseman to proparo
his linimont in any quantity
and of strength in a fow mo
In addition to tho ingredi
ents most popularly consider
ed by Horsemon as valuable
constituents of Veterinary Lin
iment, wo may say that, a
lioyce Tablet contains more
Genuine Witch Hazel than is in
a quart of tho liquid extract;
for six by HOBRON DRUG CO.,
WHOLESALE AGENTTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Have boon entirely refitted nnd nro
under the management ot . . . .
Tho position ot tho Tnbles havo been
chnnged fao ns to nllow iimplo room for
ELECTRIC LIGHT CHANDELIERS
JJnvo been placed over each table.
Cushions on tho Tnblcs hnvo been thor
CST Enter your norao for tho tourna
ment which tnkes plnco after JUNE 11th.
Eucalyptus, or Extract of tho
fever tree of South Ameri
ca, and Sal-Lister, whose
valuable properties as an Anti
septic, Anizymotic and Prophy
lactic, are accepted and ack
nowledged by all medical prac
titioners, also form a part of
Terre Haute, Ind
April 27, 1890.
lioyce Tablet Co.:
Gentlemen : After a fair
and impartial trial of your
Tablots, as a body and leg
wash, would say I think them
tho best in the market. "They
are very convenient to carry,
and when dissolved, produce
the desired effect.
W. P. MALONEY.
Nov. 18, 18S9.
Doyce Tablet Co.:
Dear Sirs: I like your Leg
and Body Wash very much.
It produces the desired results,
besides being a great conveni
ence. Yours truly,
New York City.
I have given the Boyce Tab
lets a trial and find it the best
thing for fevered legs, inflamed
tendons and sprained ankles I
havo over used.
Supt. of Frank Work's stable,
157 W. 56th St.
Terre Haute, Ind.,
Fob. 14, 1891.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
I havo used your Tablets as
a Body and Leg Wash for the
past two seasons on "Bessi
mor" 2:13i, "Erwin" 2:243,
"Harrison" 2:26, "Laurabel1'
2:273 and all the horses trained
at Edgewood Farm, and find
them the best made.
W. F. O'HALLARON
Estimates Given on
Brick, Stone & Wooden Buildings
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
73 Kinjr Street, Redward's Old Stand.
8. L 8 HAW, Proprietor.
Oor. King nu Nunna Street, Hooolnla
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer, -t
BKLL TELKI'lIONK 491.